This video explains how to add items to a Reading List, how to request digitisation of material and how to add public notes with instructions for students.
Reading Lists: 2. Adding items (2:14 mins), RMIT Library Teaching & Research, Microsoft Stream (RMIT login required)
Reading Lists: Adding e-book chapters (4:23 mins), RMIT Library Teaching & Research, Microsoft Stream (RMIT login required)
Next, if you wish only the ebook chapter link to be visible on the Reading List, then:
TIP: For linking to Library e-resources directly from the Item Source field, use the Link Generator
You will need to add the Cite It widget to your browser bookmarks bar.
Leganto Resources Lists for Faculty 02: Adding resources with Cite It! (3:45 min) by ExLibrisLtd (YouTube)
HBR articles may be added to a Reading List using two methods:
Note: You should not link to articles directly from the public website HBR.org because there is a limit to the number of articles you can access for free and your students may meet a paywall.
More information about using HBR articles in Canvas is available from the Library resources in Canvas guide.
You must have items in your Collection
To add items to My Collection
You can also add items/reading to My Collection when adding items using the Cite It function.